This article explains how you can acquire the Dragon Emblems in King of Avalon without spending money, and how you can improve them.
05/24/2018 - www.youtube.com - www.gamesguideinfo.com
Explanation of the new Dragon Emblems feature in King of Avalon.
Emblems were introduced in update v4.4.0 and can be seen as Gemstones for the Dragon Skills. These Emblems provide your Dragon Sprit Skills with extra combat boosts. In the Dragon Lair - Assign Skills menu you can assign Emblems to Dragon Skill slots and you can access the Emblem Showcase.
Like with Gemstones there are different shaped Emblem slots for the Dragon Skill slots that each correspond to a different Emblem type. The types are Aggression/Triangle that give Infantry/Cavalry/Bowmen Attack boosts, Security/Hexagon that give Infantry/Cavalry/Bowmen Defense boosts, Strength/Pentagon that give Infantry/Cavalry/Bowmen Health boosts and Dominion/Round that give Troop Attack/Defense/Health boosts.
Note that these slots are not linked to Dragon Skills, but Dragon Skill Slots, so once you have assigned an emblem to the first Attack Dragon Skill Slot, it also is effective for the first Defense, Monster and Gather Dragon Skill.
A typical Emblem has three different boosts and whether these boosts are active depends on the Dragon Skill in the corresponding Dragon Skill slot. For Bright Emblems the boosts are active at Dragon Skill level 1, 5 and 10, for Brilliant Emblems this is level 5, 10, and 15, and for Radiant, Rare Radiant and Epic Radiant this is levels 10, 15 and 20. This is something to pay attention to in general, if not all your Dragon Skills have the desired level, you might decide to assign the highest level Dragon Skills to the slots that have the most important Emblems for you (e.g. those providing attack boosts).
Also consider this when for example temporarily resetting Dragon Skills to focus on monster/pve combat, in that case you might only have a few Dragon Skills that you max out (e.g. March of Fury, Bowmen Rage, Cavalry Rage, Siege Rage), and it is important to have those in the "attack slots".
There are 5 Grades of Emblems (each of them have 4 different Emblems of each of the above explained types): Bright/Green, Brilliant/Blue, Radiant/Purple, Rare Radiant/Orange and Epic Radiant/Gold.
These grades have a higher maximum level they can be enhanced to: Bright/Green can be Enhanced to level 2 max, this is increased by one level for each grade until Epic Radiant/Gold that can be increased to level 6 max.
Of course the better the grade, the higher the boosts at the maximum level.
For some reason unknown to me the game makers have complicated things in update 5.0 for Emblems. The Emblem Armory seems to have gone, so it is not easy to get an overview of all your assigned and unassigned emblems.
You can click on any assigned Emblem and you get into a screen that shows the stats of this Emblem on the left, with buttons to Remove, Dismantle or Upgrade it, and the Emblem tome and similar Emblems on the right. If you want to Enhance an Emblem you do not have assigned, you can select it here. To Enhance you first need to click Upgrade, this brings you to another screen that shows the benefit of Enhancing and the requirements, and allows you to Enhance Emblems.
To enhance an Emblem you need items which you can only acquire by converting other Emblems in the special Emblem Crucible, which you can access when clicking on an Emblem in the Assign Skills window and selecting Dismantle for any unassigned Emblem. In the Crucible you see all unassigned Emblems which you can select to Transform to the Emblem Material required to Enhance Emblems.
The amount of required points seem to be setup in a different way as the runestones in the sense that for example if you have one level 1 Bright Emblem and convert two more level 1 Bright Emblems to items, you do not have enough points to enhance the first one to level 2. You only have 20 points and you need 90.
It is possible to upgrade Dragon Emblems to the next grade when they are maxed out starting from the purple Radiant Emblems. Below table show the requirements as far as known to me (which is not so much yet, please help fill it in).
If no remark, the points required are to upgrade to the Emblem in the next row, otherwise the Remark column contains the Emblem the points will upgrade to.
The Luminous emblems seem to be a separate track, I have no information about these yet, so I have not included them.
|Radiant (IV)||4,100||Rare Radiant (V)|
|Rare Radiant (I)|
|Rare Radiant (II)|
|Rare Radiant (III)|
|Rare Radiant (IV)|
|Rare Radiant (V)||11,900||Epic Radiant (VI)|
|Epic Radiant (I)|
|Epic Radiant (II)|
|Epic Radiant (III)|
|Epic Radiant (IV)|
|Epic Radiant (V)|
|Epic Radiant (VI)||Not sure if there is any way to upgrade this to Luminous|
At this point I only know of two ways to get Emblems. One is to purchase in specify packs, the other is via the Undead Trader. In the Undead Trader you can purchase full Emblems of the two lowest grades (Bright/Green and Brilliant/Blue) and Raw Emblem Fragments for the next grade, (Radiant/Purple).
You can only purchase one of each of the complete Bright Emblems every 7 days, one of each of the complete Brilliant Emblems every 21 days, and a set of 9 Raw Radiant Emblem Fragments every 2 days.
I am not sure whether the game actually needed yet another way to get combat boosts, but since they have introduced it anyway, I am happy that it is still relatively easy to get these boosts without spending money.
Guide(s): Dragon Guide
Data Page(s): Emblems
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